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People Share Their Most Frivolous First World Problems

If there's anything that helps drive home the fact that most of our lives are still pretty nice, it's the oodles of first world problems we endure from day to day. Whether it's having to use the worse wifi at your job, or having to manually open the lid to your faulty smart garbage can, these are the plights that make many of us grateful that these are actually things we think of as problems.

People share their frivolous first world problems
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People With Dirty Names Bond Over The Struggle

People with "dirty names" are bonding over the collective struggle of using their names on logins, and getting flagged for "offensive language." They refuse to be silenced, and are here to make their struggles known. 

Twitter users are bonding over having "dirty names" and trying to enter them into login info.
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Twitter Users Share The Things Kids These Days Can't Do

Whether you're a grumpy old person who wants to complain about kids these days, or a disgruntled kid these days who wonders if old people have anything better to do than complain about kids these days, there's something for you all to learn/complain about here. To keep the nostalgia train going for everyone there's enough 70s and 80s nostalgia and some 90s life hacks to go around for everyone. Oh, by the way, cursive is a racket.

Twitter users share the things about life that kids can no longer do, and no longer have to do.
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Apple's iPhone 11 Design Triggers People's Inner Trypophobia

Apple's iPhone 11 is triggering everyone's inner trypophobia like none other. There's just something extremely unsettling about those little robo-eyes being placed together so closely. It's like they're staring into the depths of your soul, and plotting how they're going to destroy you. All in all, an unnerving design from Apple on their latest iPhone. We can see why people are uneasy. 

People's inner trypophobia gets triggered by Apple's iPhone 11 design.
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Choosing Beggar Leaves Idiotic One Star Review, Store Owner Fires Back with Justified Condemnation

This reviewer had the nerve to call a suitable response to their insulting offer "unprofessional" and inadvertently went in for round two. The world is full of frustrating cheapskates, but when someone leaves a ridiculous review like this they leave themselves open for an utter takedown of their entire character.

A choosing beggar leaves a bad review and gets a response from the owner.
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This R/C helicopter blew our expectations out of the water. Right around 1 minute shit hits the fan. 

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Old Ladies Who Don't Understand How Facebook Bios Work

A viral Facebook post from Kristin Hagan is making the rounds, and it's all about old ladies who just can't seem to figure out how Facebook bios work. The resulting bios are savagely honest, and full of surprises like "pasta" and a grandmother who wants the online world to know that she has a very unpleasant granddaughter. 

Woman's Facebook post about old ladies who don't know how to use the internet to make their Facebook profile photos goes viral.
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24 of 'Internet of Sh*t's' Technological Fails That Make Reality Seem Like a Crappy Dystopia

Would you like to pay for a subscription to drinking fountains? How about shoes that you have to charge? Internet of Shit highlights these disappointing marvels of technology and many more in what seems like a rapidly approaching dystopian future of awful products that simultaneously don't work and make life more inconvenient when they do work.

Technology fails from twitter.
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This is perfect for people who work from home, but still want to enjoy that commute. 

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Traveler's Experience With Facial Recognition Is Both Unsurprising And Deeply Terrifying

Read those contracts people! The consent is there (hopefully) whether you realize it or not. This traveler's Twitter thread about the state of facial recognition software is both unsurprising and deeply terrifying. What a time to be alive.

scary encounter with facial recognition at the airport
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Via ICEnJAM
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He pulled off this hilarious prank call using the voice of the video game character, JC Denton, from the Deus Ex franchise. 

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IT Guy Takes Revenge On Greedy New Boss By Quitting Job And Taking Source Code With Him

When this IT guy found out that his greedy new boss and his henchman sidekick had essentially tried to play him by claiming his hard work as their own; and only offering him a couple vacation days as payment, he took a well calculated revenge. He played his revenge perfectly too. He managed to get the boss' "yes man henchman" to sign off on a two week vacation and his notice for leaving, without even realizing it. 

IT employee takes revenge on his bad boss and his henchman by getting them to sign off on his vacation, and then quitting and leaving with the source code.
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Site Runs Article About How Hipsters Look Alike, Man Mistakenly Complains to Them for Using His Image

Editor Gideon Lichfield offered a wonderfully ironic complaint in regards to an article about the conformity of nonconformists. We couldn't have asked for some more solid irony. Are hipsters even still a thing? It's been like forever.

story about a hipster misidentifying himself in a stock photo
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Guy On Twitter Challenges Stereotype About Tech Billionaires' Empires Starting In Garages

This guy's trying to challenge the stereotype about all these brilliant tech masterminds starting their global operations from within the confines of a stuffy garage. Instead, he asserts that some of these billionaires enjoyed the benefits of other factors like generational wealth, family investments, nepotism, etc. 

Twitter user calls out billionaires and their garage stories for not being accurate about how they started out.
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